Fugitive taunts police with sick Madeleine McCann jokes and photos at Wembley

A fugitive has taunted police with photos of him on the run – and a sick rap about missing Madeleine McCann.

Cheshire Police have been looking for Daley Smith, 29, for five months after he failed to hand himself into court to face drug charges.

He has revealed that he has no intention of giving himself up to officers over Christmas and New Year in a series of Facebook posts.

And in a vile ‘rap’ he mocked the force by joking they would have a better chance of finding missing child Madeleine McCann than him.

He quipped: "Cheshire Police have got more chance of finding Madeleine McCann.

"I may as well be in Japan, they’ve even been harassing my nan but everything hasn’t gone to plan.

"They’ve f****d with the wrong man, I feel like Peter Pan.

"So far I don’t know how far I’ve ran but it’s been mad since this journey began."

Telling officers his plans to stay on the run over the festive period he added on social media he wants to celebrate turning 30 in April as a free man.

Smith, of Alsager, near Crewe, had previously promised to hand himself in on the day he was due in court to face charges last month.

In an update posted on December 1, Smith said: "What’s on my mind?

"Well Facebook, I’m just thinking that June 6 will be a year to the day that I ripped my curfew off and hit the missing list.

"I’m 30 on April 30, I spent my 21st in jail and it was a Friday night, absolutely destroyed me, loneliest feeling ever.

"My next big birthday would be my 40th. Now I’m not gna lie, I’m half tempted to give the year a good go.

"At least I’d get to spend my 30th FREE. Hmmm decisions."

Cheshire Police have recently renewed their appeal to find wanted man Smith.

The force posted his picture on Facebook and said: "Remember this guy?

"Despite promising to hand himself in after 100 days of ‘being on the run’, we still need to speak to Daley Smith.

"Now he’s failed to turn up at court to answer a drugs supply charge.

"He’s still wanted in connection with a breach of court order from earlier this year too."

But in another recent post, Smith asked his 2,500 Facebook friends to decide his fate by seeking their opinion over whether he should remain at large or not.

He asked his followers to ‘love’ his post if they want him to remain at large – or ‘like’ it if they think he should hand himself in.

After counting the votes, Smith said a total of 342 loved his post, while just 50 liked it.

The post read: "This will be interesting and will put things into perspective.

"I don’t need your advice, I know everything any of yas could possibly tell me. Just give me your reaction."

Smith’s pledge to stay on the run comes weeks after his mother wrongly revealed on social media he had been captured.

The post, which attracted over 200 comments, read: "It’s Daley’s mum, Daley got arrested at 4 o’clock this morning. Just to let everyone know."

But just one hour later another post mimicking the chorus of the Eminem song Without Me was shared.

It read: "Plot twist: Guess who’s back, back again. Daley’s back, tell a friend."

In another post last September 26th, a photograph of the force helicopter circling above was uploaded with the message: "Last clue.

"This was me today watching you whilst eating my full English breakfast. I’m waiting for you."

South Cheshire Magistrates Court said a warrant was first issued for his arrest last July 24th.

Smith is wanted for breaching a court order in relation to an appearance in court in May over criminal damage.

Smith was handed a three-month curfew requiring him to be at home between 7pm until 7am from May to August.

However, the court confirmed Smith was absent on various occasions and so a warrant was issued.

Smith has also been charged with possession with intent to supply class B cannabis and concerned with the supply of cocaine, and was due in court in November.

Cheshire Police have previously said they were aware of the Facebook page and admitted Smith was still outstanding.

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